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Final Semester Reflection

Key Understandings One of the key takeaways for me during this class was the knowledge gained from different perspectives in the room. For myself, I am continuously thinking about social justice and equity in the frame of higher education, non-profit, or education in general. With this class, it was interesting to learn from a variety …

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Faculty Diversity in Higher Education

One prevalent issue within higher education is the rate in which faculty are hired and retained within the academy. Predominately white institutions (PWI’s) especially have lower percentages of faculty from diverse ethnic and racial backgrounds. In addition, the rate in which all genders outside of males is disproportion to the rate in which male faculty …

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Introduction Blog Post

Hello everyone, my name is Kaylynn Hill (pronouns are currently: she/her) I am a second year masters student in the higher education and student affairs program. I got interested in student affairs through my undergraduate studies at a community college. I saw the inaccessibility of higher education, but the impactful opportunities it brought. At Lakeland …

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